15, then talk aboutExchange2010Client access to several protocols15.1 OWA (OUTLOOK WEB APP)
in theExchangeearlier versions are calledOutlook Web Access, inExchange 2010Has been redesigned. Improvements in appearance, functionality, and increased usability. For example: inExchange 2010, you can use theOutlook Web Appthe mailbox policy controls the user'sOutlook Web Appaccess to functions in theOutlook Web Appand theExchangeThe Control Panel is used for anyWebBrowser. Including RunningUnix,Apple MacintoshorWindowson the computer thatInternet Explorer,Mozilla Firefox,Apple Safari,Chromeand most otherWebBrowser;Session view enables users to view all messages in a thread, including messages that are not in the current folder;users can access a set of predefined filters to quickly search the contents of a folder;in theOutlook Web Appmore actions are added to the right-click menu in the user can attach a message from a mailbox to a new message. In previous versions of theOutlook Web App, users can attach files to the message, but they cannot attach the message to the message.
15.2 Exchange ActiveSync
Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange Synchronization protocol that is optimized to work with high latency and low bandwidth networks. HTTP and XML -based protocols enable mobile phones to access organization information on servers running Microsoft Exchange. Exchange ActiveSync enables mobile users to access their e-mail messages, calendars, contacts, and tasks, and continues to access the information while they are working offline.
by default, enabled Exchange ActiveSync. All users who have an Exchange mailbox can synchronize their mobile phones with Microsoft Exchange servers. You can perform such policies as enabling and disabling the user's Exchange ActiveSync,setting policy such as minimum password length, device lockout, and maximum password attempt failures, initiating remote wipe, purging all data from lost or stolen mobile phones, running multiple reports, To view or export to a reporting solution.
15.3 POP3and theIMAP4
Exchange Server POP3 and imap4 Exchange "On the Client Access server POP3 service. It must also be POP3 IMAP4 client configuration SMTP Span style= "font-family: ' The song Body '; To send an e-mail message.
POP3 is a popular e-mail Internet protocol. By default, when POP3 after the e-mail application downloads the e-mail message to the client computer, the downloaded message is removed from the server. If a copy of the user's e-mail is not kept on the e-mail server, the user cannot access the same e-mail message from multiple computers. However, some POP3 The e-mail application is configured to keep a copy of the message on the server so that the same e-mail can be accessed from another computer. POP3 The client application can only be used to download messages from the e-mail server to a folder on the client computer (usually the Inbox). POP3 The agreement cannot synchronize multiple folders on the e-mail server with multiple folders on the client computer. pop3 public folder access is not supported.
with the use of POP3 compared to the e-mail client application, use the IMAP4 e-mail client applications are more flexible and typically offer more functionality. By default, when IMAP4 e-mail, users can access and create multiple e-mail folders on the e-mail server. The user can then access any message on the server from a computer that is located in multiple locations. For example, most IMAP4 The application can be configured to keep a copy of the user's sent items on the server so that they can view their sent items from any other computer. IMAP4 support for most IMAP4 Other features supported by the application. For example, some IMAP4
POP3 and IMAP4 cannot be used to send messages from a client application to an e-mail server. Use POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail application that sends mail depends on SMTP protocol to send mail. is automatically created on each Hub Transport server to be used from the POP3 IMAP4 The client application receives the e-mail submission of the connector. So you will see a client+ the server name of the Receive connector, which is the role of accepting all non- MAPI connections, such as POP and imap< Span style= "font-family: ' The song Body '; >
POP3 and IMAP4 applications: Because Exchange supports POP3 and IMAP4, users can use any support POP3 and IMAP4 The client application connects to Exchange. These applications include Outlook,Windows Mail,Microsoft Outlook Express,Entourage And many third-party applications (such as Mozilla Thunderbird and Eudora). Each e-mail client application supports different features.
can be in The following three common connection settings are set on POP3 or IMAP4 client applications:
Send and receive messages each time you start your e-mail application. When you use this option, messages are sent and received only when you start the e-mail application.
Send and receive messages manually. When this option is used, messages are sent and received only when the user clicks the Send and receive option in the client user interface.
Send and receive messages regularly. When you use this option, the client application periodically connects to the server to send messages and download all new messages.
15.4 OUTLOOK Anywhere
Outlook Anywhere in Exchange Server2010 needs a good chat, and Microsoft recommends that the client use MAPI , that is, using Outlook on the computer to Exchange Direct, to fully enjoy the full functionality of exchange. When we use Outlook to access a mailbox, the RPC protocol is used by default, and the RPC protocol can be confirmed by looking at the connection status , as shown in:
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in this figure, you can see that the connection status is:Tcp / ip, is based onRcpof theMaipway to connect toExchangeserver. ButRpcusing A1024there is no limit to the use of a random port on the inside of the enterprise, but the external network is notRpcof theMapiWay, so the external network needs to useRPC over HTTPthe way that UseOutlook 2010,Outlook 2007orOutlook 2003client can use theRPC over HTTP Exchangenetwork components from outside the corporate network or throughInternetconnected toExchangeServer,is actually connected to the operating system "HttpAgent on theRpccomponent, this component is responsible forRpcwith theHTTPconversion between the. In theMicrosoft Exchange Server 2010in whichRPC over HTTPThe change is calledOutlook Anywhere. Installed on the Client Access server "HttpAgent on theRpccomponent, configure the certificate to enableOutlook Anywhere. The client also needs to set theOutlookconfiguration in the connection in"OUTLOOK Anywhere", Chinese translation isOUTLOOKEverywhere
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then, then use Outlook re-connects to Exchange toView the connection status, or HTTPS.
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secure access to Exchange server; You can use the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync the same URL and namespaces, you can use the Outlook Web App ' and ' Exchange ActiveSync The same Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) server certificate; unauthenticated Outlook request unreachable Exchange server; no use of Virtual private network (VPN) can be passed Internet access Exchange server. :
http://technet.microsoft.com/zh-cn/library/bb124915 (v=exchg.141). aspx
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